SPORTS: Chimacum boys basketball falls to Bellevue Christian; other prep reports

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CHIMACUM — Bellevue Christian’s top two scorers outscored Chimacum in Nisqually League boys basketball action.

Jake Marvin scorched the nets for 31 points while 6-foot-9 senior Jake VandenBrink added 11 as the two combined for 42 points in their 55-32 victory Tuesday night.

Rafael Pagasian led the Cowboys with 14 points while Kevin Miller added 7.

Bellevue led only 22-17 at halftime but dominated the second half by outscoring the Cowboys 33-15 to break away for the easy win.

Chimacum next plays at Charles Wright Academy in Tacoma on Friday night.



Bellevue Christian 55,
Chimacum 32

Bellevue 9 13 21 12— 55

Chimacum 10 7 6 9— 32

Individual scoring

Bellevue (55)

Marvin 31, VandenBrink 11, Crosby 4, Hazen 2, Foster 2, Schubert 3, McQuaid 2.

Chimacum (32)

Pagasian 14, Miller 7, Carthum 2, Settje 2, Downs 1, Anderson 2, Weller 4.

Olympic 49,
Sequim 46

BREMERTON — The Wolves lost an Olympic League heart-breaker on the road Tuesday night.

The game went back and forth with Sequim going on a 12-0 run at one point and the Trojans going on a 7-0 run at another point to take a 13-point lead in the fourth quarter.

The Wolves didn’t fold, though, charging back to get back into the game.

Olympic’s Brian Tyson nailed a 3-pointer with less than a minute to go to give the Trojans the lead for good.

“We played really hard,” Sequim coach Greg Glasser said. “I was really pleased with how we battled back.”

Quentin Phillips sparked Olympic with 15 points to keep the Trojans undefeated (2-0 in league, 3-0 overall).

Gabe Carter led three Wolves in double figures with 18 points while Rory Kallappa sank 11 and Jayson Brocklesby added 10.

Sequim, which will next host Kingston on Monday night, fell to 1-1, 1-2.



Olympic 49, Sequim 46

Sequim 9 14 10 13— 46

Olympic 9 15 17 8— 49

Individual scoring

Sequim (46)

Carter 18, Kallappa 11, Brocklesby 10, Barry 4, Guan 2, Christensen 1.

Olympic (49)

Phillips 15, Moseley 2, Neal 6, Tyson 9, Makaleb McInnis 3, Makiah McInnis 4, Setten 8, Samuel 2.

North Mason 55,
Port Angeles 48

BELFAIR — Devonte Davenport scored 18 points and Daniel Burggraaf brought down 12 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs to the Olympic League win Tuesday night.

The teams were tied 22-all at halftime but the Bulldogs pulled away to outscore the Roughriders 33-26 in the second half.

Hayden Gunderson swished the nets with a game-high 23 points for the Riders. Teammate Caleb Trieder added 10 points to also score in double figures.

The Riders, still looking for their first win after falling to 0-2 in league and 0-3 overall, next will host Kingston on Friday night.

The Bulldogs earned their first win and are now 1-1, 1-3.



North Mason 55,
Port Angeles 48

Port Angeles 8 14 9 17— 48

North Mason 13 9 14 19— 55

Individual scoring

Port Angeles (48)

Gunderson 23, Trader 10, Andrus 3, Calciuch 2, Pauley 1, Elliott 6, Schumacher 3.

North Mason (55)

Davenport 18, Price 6, McKean 6, Duckworth 3, Dailey 9, Allen 4, Roland 6, D. Burggraaf 3.

Kingston 69,
Port Townsend 35

KINGSTON — The Buccaneers scored a school-record 28 points in the second quarter to romp past the Redskins in Olympic League action Tuesday night.

The Bucs outscored Port Townsend 28-4 in the second period to lead 47-16 at halftime.

KT Deam scored 25 points, 20 in the first half, and Hans Schippers grabbed 11 rebounds for Kingston (1-1, 2-1).

Jacob King led the Redskins (0-2, 0-2) with 13 points while Cody Russell added 10.

Port Townsend next hosts undefeated Olympic on Friday night.



Kingston 69,
Port Townsend 35

Port Townsend 12 4 11 8— 35

Kingston 19 28 12 10— 69

Individual scoring

Port Townsend (35)

King 13, Russell 10, O’Brien 3, Coppenrath 4, LeMaster 7, Spaltenstein 3, Arthur 2.

Kingston (69)

Deem 25, Chiquiti 1, Wahl 12, B. Rabideaux 3, C. Rabideaux 7, English 10, Schippers 6, Hamal 4.

Girls Basketball
Port Angeles 55, North Mason 30

PORT ANGELES — Maddy Hinrichs and Macy Walker combined for 39 points to spark the Roughriders to the easy Olympic League win over the Bulldogs on Tuesday night.

The Riders won 55-30 to improve to 2-0 in league and 2-1 overall.

Hinrichs sank a game-high 24 points while Walker added 15. Mariah Frazier just missed scoring in double figures with nine points.

“Our top three scorers performed well against North Mason’s zone defense,” Port Angeles coach Michael Poindexter said about Hinrichs, Walker and Frazier.

“Maddy Hinrichs shot 58 percent from the field and scored from a variety of spots on the floor,” Poindexter said.

“Macy Walker shot 50 percent from the field, including three 3-pointers, and Mariah Frazier’s drives inside were effective in getting her to the free throw line.

“As the game progressed, our passing decisions and technique became more and more effective, allowing us to get the ball inside more.”

North Mason was led by Jennifer Hicks with 10 points.

Riders are 2-1 overall, 2-0 in league.

The Riders next play at Kingston on Friday night.



Port Angeles 55, North Mason 30

North Mason 8 6 4 12— 30

Port Angeles 20 15 15 5— 55

Individual scoring

North Mason (30)

Hicks 10, Johnson 8, Nelson 5, Miller 3, Q. Satran 3, E. Satran 2.

Port Angeles (55)

Hinrichs 24, Walker 15, Frazier 9, Hofer 2, Jeffers 2, Millsap 2, Jones 1.

Kingston 47,
Port Townsend 45

KINGSTON — The Redskins dropped an Olympic League heart-breaker on the road Tuesday night.

This was a close game the whole way with a 12-all tie after one, a 22-21 lead by the Buccanners at halftime and a 36-33 Kingston lead at the end of three.

The Redskins outscored the Bucs 12-9 in the fourth quarter to end up losing by the width of a hair.

Codi Hallinan led the Redskins with 11 points while Irina Lyons scored nine and Jewel Johnson had eight.

Skyler Bakkan led the Bucs with 18 points while Savannah Turrieta netted 11.

Both teams now are 1-1 in league and overall.

The Redskins next play at Olympic on Friday night.



Kingston 47, Port Townsend 45

Kingston 12 10 14 9— 47

Port Townsend 12 9 12 12— 45

Individual scoring

Kingston (47)

Bakkan 18, Turrieta 11, Carper 6, Beaulieu 6, Smith 2, Clark 6, Kaye 2.

Port Townsend (45)

Hallinan 11, Lyons 9, Johnson 8, Rubio 6, Hossack 5, Reeves 4, Meek 2.

Crescent 27, Quilcene 24

JOYCE — Tori McGowan scored 15 points and grabbed 19 rebounds to lead the Loggers over the Rangers on Tuesday night.

Crescent came from behind to rally for the win after trailing 15-8 at the end of the first quarter and 15-11 at halftime.

The Loggers held the Rangers scoreless in the second and third periods to mount the comeback.

Despite the scoreless quarters, Quilcene was only two points behind going into the fourth quarter, 17-15.

McGowan also had six steals while Lauren Hartley added eight points and seven boards.

The Loggers were tough on the boards as Catherine Youngman brought down 11 rebounds and senior Jandi Frantz had 11 rebounds, four blocked shots and three steals.

“Jandi Frantz was tremendous on defense, and she had a great rebounding game for us,” Crescent coach Brian Scott said.

Sammy Rae led the Rangers with 13 points and 10 rebounds while Megan Weller had four points.

Quilcene next plays tonight in Sea-Tac League action against Puget Sound Adventist.



Crescent 27, Quilcene 24

Quilcene 15 0 0 9— 24

Crescent 8 3 6 10— 27

Olympic 57,
Sequim 47

SEQUIM — The Wolves’ comeback fell apart in the fourth quarter when they were outscored by 10 points after overcoming a nine-point deficit by outscoring the Trojans 17-9 in the third period.

Caitlin Srossvrahn led Sequim (0-2, 0-3) in scoring with 26 points. A majority of her points came off seven 3-pointers.

The Wolves also got seven points from Alexis Besand.

Olympic was led by Ashli Payne’s 25 points. Olivia Williams chipped in nine points.

Sequim is now 0-3 on the season and 0-2 in conference play. The Wolves host Crosspoint Academy of Bremerton on Friday night.



Olympic 57, Sequim 47

Olympic 14 12 8 23— 57

Sequim 6 11 17 13— 47

Individual scoring

Olympic (57)

Payne 25, Williams 9, Hayes 6, Balzaretti 4, Romero 3, Timoteo 2, Guevara 2, Pond 2.

Sequim (47)

Stossvrahn 26, Besand 7, Guan 6, Haupt 2, Wallner 2, Beuke 2.

Bellevue Christ. 56,
Chimacum 37

CHIMACUM — The Cowboys were outscored 21-6 in the third quarter, as a 26-21 halftime deficit turned into a 47-27 disadvantage heading into the final period.

Hailee Johnson paced Chimacum with 11 points. Mallori Cossell added eight points, Lauren Thacker had seven and Kiersten Snyder finished with six.

The Cowboys next play Charles Wright Academy in Tacoma.



Bellevue Christian 56, Chimacum 37

Bellevue Christian 14 12 21 9— 56

Chimacum 8 13 6 10— 37

Individual scoring

Bellevue Christian (56)

Osborn 22, Vitalone 4, Crosby 11, Hall 2, Berg 2, Knight 2, Williams 10, Vandenbrink 3.

Chimacum (37)

Castillo 2, Thacker 7, Cossell 8, Johnson 11, Snyder 6, Sutherland 1, Nelson 2.

Chimacum JV girls

Athletic director Gary Coyan has announced that Chimacum will cancel its JV girls games until more it can find more girls to participate.

“We are working hard to get girls to come out, but so far we are short,” Coyan said.

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